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Viewpoint & Interview
Date：Jan. 3, 2017 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Little doubt exists that the next 25 or so years will bring a slew of new developments, technological breakthroughs and probably more than a few surprises. From...
Date：Oct. 17, 2014 Category：Companies
Developing more drought tolerant cotton varieties adapted to Southwest growing conditions affects more than just individual or even area cotton yields.
Date：Aug. 4, 2014 Category：Products
Drought tolerance and stress tolerance are important traits for corn hybrids in the Southeast which is why Syngenta and other seed companies incorporate those c...
Date：Nov. 26, 2012 Category：Products
When rice is attacked by blast, sheath rot, brown leaf spot or any other disease, yields and quality can be squelched. Ken Danklefs takes no chances, especially...
Tags:Seed treatmentApplication & Technology
Date：Aug. 28, 2012 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Wheat farmers can count on high fertilizer prices becoming a consistent factor in annual production budgets, says a Texas AgriLife Extension fertility specialis...
Date：Apr. 3, 2012 Category：Products
The 2012 wheat crop in Oklahoma is approximately two weeks ahead of schedule compared to typical years, with heads emerging from the boot, heads in the boot or ...
Tags:Application & Technology
Date：Jan. 20, 2012 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Herbicide resistance is nothing new to Texas farmers. “It’s been an issue for years,” says Paul Baumann, Texas AgriLife Extension weed specialist. “We’ve s...
Date：Sep. 16, 2011 Category：Markets
A new report examining pesticide use trends in California provides clear indication that farmers are reducing their use of older, more stringently regulated pes...
Date：Sep. 14, 2011 Category：Science&Research
Rotation has been the call from the scientific community because too much of a good thing can be really bad if you only have a few weapons in your arsenal and p...
Date：Jul. 28, 2011 Category：Regulations
More than 60 members of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) have written EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson to protest what they describe as a proposal "to furth...
Date：Jul. 27, 2011 Category：Regulations
With a 219-196 vote, the House has approved legislation, H.R. 2354, that would restrict EPA's ability to act in several key areas, including pesticide suspensio...
Date：Jul. 19, 2011 Category：Markets
Requirements could heighten industry pressure on Congress to pass legislation exempting pesticide applications from CWA permit requirements and, thus, overridin...
Date：Apr. 11, 2011 Category：Products
A company named Ag Logic LLC is seeking to obtain a new permanent registration of an aldicarb product.
Date：Jan. 31, 2011 Category：Products
Invasive broadleaf weeds can destroy corn crops and fallow fields. Farmers use the chemical atrazine in herbicides to protect their plants.